The Forest History Center is a fascinating walk through the area's logging history. The guides told wonderful stories as we walked through the bunkhouse, outhouse, kitchen/dining hall, smithy, clerk's office and barns. The work horses were gorgeous - a Percheron team and a matched set of Belgians. The visitor's center had a really well-done multi-media movie about the great fire of 1918 that destroyed most of Cloquet. I would definitely visit again!
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